From the Seaside Beachclub, you can wander along the beach to
, which has a small selection of bars and restaurants including one of the most popular seafood restaurants on the peninsula, ideal for those who don’t want to venture too far.
Nearby, the pretty fishing village of Gümüslü
k provides a delightful venue for lunch or dinner, with restaurants right on the waterfront. In contrast, Ortakent’s neighbouring village of Bitez
has a lively waterfront promenade with a wide choice of bars and restaurants
A holiday here would not be complete without a trip to the town of Bodrum
. Dominated by its massive Crusader castle, Bodrum is the lively centre of local life with bustling markets, shops and a wide variety of bars, restaurants and nightclubs.
Further afield, you can take a day trip to Ephesus
- one of the largest and best-preserved cities of the ancient world.